posted on Jun, 15 2005 @ 07:23 PM
I hate to use the statements of Alex Jones, but I do believe he was correct.
The explosion was a large incendiary explosion, it was not a military grade explosion, fires did not rage for that long, there was no towering
inferno, infact, many people were trapped in the upper floor, they were suffocating, not burning to death, the explosion only created a large fireball
from the kerosine, kerosine has a very high burning point and the fire would have little ogygen to fuel it at that altitude.
The twin towers should have easilly survived these planes hitting it, it was designed to be able to withstand planes hitting it, hurricane winds,
Off_the_Street made a good point that the fire could have become hotter because of all the stuff burning inside, but the lack of ogygen would not
allow it to last long, so the damage to the metal beams would not have been severe, also the majority of the weight was still on the bottom supporting
the upper section, there has been various evidence that the tower exploded in sections, the beams were broken up in nice chunks that could be easilly
transported by trucks.
I personally still believe it was a demolition job, no skyscraper has EVER collapsed from a fire, none.
I highly doubt the structral engineers of the WTC were THAT incompetant.
Also, there has been pictures of people peering out of the cavity left by the plane, they could never have survived if there was a raging inferno.
The explosion was powerful, but had no explosive power, it was a fireball that created little vibration, a key ingredient in making a building
collapse, demolition charges use C4, these explosions create vibrations rather than fireballs, C4 would not create big fireballs like in the
Who still wants to argue that the WTC wasn't an inside job? my mind is made up...